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@Green castle, thanks for sharing that game here. I'm going to review it more when I get back from work, but there are some very interesting things to look at.Quick question, on move 19 why not Bxh6 to gain the pawn at f6?
quick answer- it looks way too materialistic, you only get a doubled pawn which pretty much isn't worth anything in the situation, and suddenly the black bishop is very alive...and, well, c2 is hanging too, so it's not a very productive endeavour.
greencastle should be able to answer better :P
Thank you very much and I see what you mean-very good point. I'd like to thank everyone for commenting here because your comments have been very insightful. @TitanCG, I didn;t even see that from your last diagram- excellent post I plan on looking for some master games that fit this forum after work today-I work 3rd shift lately. Later everyone
Thanks LoveYou :-p
Yeah I didn't even consider that capture. White gives up his only remaining bishop for a N on the edge of the board, leaving Black with 2 bishops against White's zero? You'd have to have a death wish.
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can anyone help me studyin pirc defense from scratch
It seems that when I play this with white, black equalizes pretty quickly in all variations, I struggled to find any way to keep even a small edge. Maybe white is overextended a bit here..
Is that like the German, Bavarian Gambit variation
There is a Fischer-Benko game board and play demonstartion. This is pretty far down in the blog.
For the life of me, I don't see how this is a win for Fischer. Any comment?